Moderator: RichardW. Messages: 40 1 2 3 Next. When working normally, it drives fine but sometimes a 'faulty gearbox' message flashes up. I used a 'Launch' diags to get the selector coherence fault but it didn't come up with a code. I've messaged a couple of the Lexia owners on your map and awaiting replies. I tried the "detach battery for an hour thing" and noticed that one thin lead, on the loom that sits on the battery, is detached and going no-where.

This is a thin light blue lead with a small pin-socket on the end - don't know what the heck this is for. I have a photo but unsure how to post it.

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Thanks Jon. You can email the photo to me - myglaren at btinternet dot com my email link on the left appears not to be working. Otherwise there is a photo-posting guide here. The gear selector coherence fault is coming up with a P error code. Does anyone have any experience with this? I don't have one of these systems, so can't comment further - but would be tempted to look at the brake switch as a possibility?

There are a few C4 owners who may have more info if you hang on for a bit. Since my last post, I think I actually got to the bottom of my problem.

It seems that this got pulled when reseating the plastic battery cover a few times as there are a few bits that can 'catch' the wires.

I looked into it and found where the wire should go as arrowed. Bobs yer uncle, all errors cleared, starting ok, selecting all gears ok, Sainsbury and back After a month of just sitting there outside! Still I'm glad it was a simple solution. I'll give you a quick run-down of what was happening with this wire detached for info: Came up with "gearbox fault" and that error code Had trouble selecting between 'R', 'N', 'A1', 'M'.

When trying to start even in 'N' and foot on brake to start - it would often STILL give the select 'N' and put foot on brake message - so wouldn't start. When it did start by chance, it would come up with errors and would be very erratic in gear selection and would skip between manual and auto, only going up to gear 3.

So before going onto any other diags, just check this wire is fully home and connected if you have a similar set-up. Bloody 'gearbox faulty' message comes up again. So not quite back to square one but there's still something wrong.

Today I took the advice of other posts and tried to clean the gearbox ecu connectors after spending hours trying to figure out how to get the things off.

Wasn't sure what to do to 'clean them' so wiped off the grease and used some contact cleaner on them - is that good or bad? Still same message come up after a while and doesn't want to switch between R, N, A1. Once in 'R' it wants to stay there! I'm gonna throw this c4 in the bin before long Lol It's only when you want to change the selector there's a problem. If you go into reverse, that's it, you're stuck there until the car feels like letting it go.You really have to decide if you are going to stay with it or get rid because it's got all the signs that it could be a money pit.

The concept of the car is great - there are millions on the roads over here in France - the standard french family utility barge. Having been badly bitten by 2 french cars Citroens years ago I would say get rid, get a refund, go somewhere else, don't buy used french cars. You're not entitled to a refund just because of any fault. You are only entitled if it is something which a reasonable person would consider makes a good unsatisfactory.

Obviously on a part worn device a "reasonable" person would expect some parts to be at or near the end of their natural life. Therefore, if it is simply a worn out exhaust, at 68k miles and 9 years old I think you'd have to argue that a worn exhaust is an uncommon and exceptional thing. The consumer advice which refers to "faults" is misleading as the actual legislation doesn't really use those terms.

It really depends what is wrong.

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If it is a worn out exhaust then I'd just let them fix it, if it is something more significant find out what it is and then consider pushing for a refund. Just to add you really should let the seller at least look at it.

If you ultimately do reject it and the seller refuses and you end up trying a legal case you're going to look like you have behaved unreasonably if you haven't. The AA has just got generic codes there - it really needs plugging into a proper reader - ideally a Citroen Lexia one and a proper diganosis done. A blown exhaust of worn out O2 sensor could cause these symptoms but there are endless other possibilities.

In fact, the word "fault" never appears. You're not going to be taking a 90k mile car back with a dodgy wheel bearing for example. The contradicts advice originally given out by consumer organisations.

I suspect the seller subscribes to a legal service which specialises in these sort of things - it is a big business - and in reality know that they do not have to give a refund at this point. Usually, just a good PDI is enough.

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That advice also says the seller is not liable for fair wear and tear. Just to add: having re-read it the OP probably, at this stage, has a better case for rejection on the service history if they can prove it was advertised as having it and it can't be produced. If a car is advertised and sold as having something and it hasn't then that is far clearer cut then getting into long arguments about what is fair wear and tear, pre-existing faults etc.

Do let us know the outcome, please. It's the 'white smoke' that intrigues me. Acceptable after a cold start condensation in the exhaust systembut a very worrying sign when everything nicely warmed up. It usually indicates a cylinder head gasket beginning to fail. If so, it sounds suspiciously like someone has overheated it, realised what's happening, and hurriedly got rid of it.

But then I have a suspious mind. Does the coolant look clear and colourful, or is it mucky brown? Personally, I'd have walked away at the point that the service history and "health check" wasn't present when you went to look at the car. I'm not sure where you're based, I'm guessing somewhere in the North.Moderator: RichardW. Messages: 19 1 2 Next. New to this forum but in need of a genius!! No warning, no on-going problems known. Engine starts and runs fine, but when any gear is selected it flashes momentarily on the screen and reverts to "N".

Fault code P detected but that indicates a multitude of sins, nothing specific, so I guess my question is :- Has this happened to anyone else and how do I fix it without Citroen main dealers charging me a small fortune to replace everything blanket style??

There is one thing you could do. It might be as simple as dropping the battery for half hour. Tried the battery reset with no avail. But a life data check showed one rear wheel traveling at kph with vehicle stationary! Does this shed any light? The permanent code I have is P which equates to clutch actuator or intermediate speed sensor among other things according to which data base you extract the information.

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I'm tying the ISS with the life data reading! Am I barking up the wrong tree?? I'm capable of changing anything on the car if only I knew what to change. I don't have endless funds to change everything linked to the gearbox and clutch until it works again!!

However, at a guess guess, mind youI would suggest an ABS sensor has thrown a wobbly. However, I am not sure how to test for this. Something that might help is to jack up each wheel in turn, connect up the Lexia I am assuming you have one, based on the info you postedgo into the ABS systems, see if you can find anything that relates to wheel speed, and then get an assistant to rotate each wheel to see what the Lexia says. The reason I suggest this is that when Gracie had a problem with her ABS cracked reluctor rings we tested the ABS this way after the rings were replaced, and we could see what speed the system believed the wheels were turning at.

I wasn't the one who went into the menus CitroJim did, with his systemwhich is why I don't know exactly where to look. I hope this helps. Still, when an expert sees this I am sure they will be able to give better advice. Do you know wether or not this would be the cause of the symptom of the car not going into gear??

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However, it seems reasonable that this would be why, as the ECUs cannot determine what speed the car is actually doing, so it in effect goes into safe mode. Still, I am sure somebody with more knowledge than I will be able to give better advice.

They know more about these although the forum is not that easy to navigate. I would think you will find a lot more knowledge there. I'm surprised the ABS light is not on What happens to the speed reading if you disconnect the relevant ABS sensor? Not sure how easy it will be see - looks like it is on the back of the hub. Looking at service.

Finally worked out that it needs the clutch actuator replacing!! Does anyone have the procedure please??However, an oxygen sensor is easy to replace on many cars and is usually detailed in the owner's manual.

If you know where the sensor is, you only have to unclip the old sensor and replace it with a new one. Regardless of how you approach it, you should get this fixed right away.

So you should chech it on our car models. Disconnected, dirty or fouled spark plugs are common causes for engines that won't start. Spark plugs typically need to be replaced every season or 25 hours of use. You should also check that the spark plug gap is set properly.

If your spark plugs look good, problems with your ignition system can also preventing a spark. These can range from a faulty spark plug lead, shorted kill switch or flywheel key damage. Parts or components should not be replaced with reference to only a P DTC. The vehicle service manual should be consulted for more information on possible causes of the fault, along with required testing.

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Copyright EngineTroubleCode. Check engine light comes on Engine stalling or misfiring Engine performance issues Car not starting. If one of these reasons for P code is occuring now you should check P repair processes.

Now don't ask yourself; What should you do with P code? The solution is here :.The first generation Grand C4 Picasso, a seven seater, was launched in November [3] and produced until Marchwhen the second generation took over.

The five seater C4 Picasso was officially unveiled early in January[5] launched in February, [3] and was displayed at the Geneva Motor Show in March. Both vehicles featured a large panoramic windscreen and thin door pillars, to enhance the driver's field of vision, eliminate blind spotsand increase the amount of light inside the front cabin. In addition to the front sun visorsboth vehicles have two blinds attached to further reduce glare and unwelcome lights for the driver and front passenger.

The vehicle has five hundred litres of boot capacity [4] and 1, litres with all rear seats down. Rear parking sensors were available only on the Exclusive trim. A pneumatic rear suspension is available as an option, which make the ride smoother and can lower the sill.

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In some markets, this option is only available on higher trim levels. It received an overall five star rating due to the design and range of default safety features, including: front airbags for the driver and passenger, a driver's knee airbag, side body airbags, and side head airbags. The vehicle was penalised in the crash tests for the risk of leg injuries caused by the dashboard, and for chest injuries to the driver in a side impact.

In the front impact test the child restraint in the back seat tipped forward, striking the dummy infant's head on the driver's seat, and lost all head protection points for the dummy. Scoring points on the United Kingdom Reliability Index, the C4 Picasso is considered unreliable when compared to the average vehicle score ofwhile a very reliable vehicle scores 60 or below. Service intervals are every 12,—20, miles depending on engine or 2 years, whichever happens first.

The second generation of the C4 Picasso has a litre boot capacity, increasing to litres with the three rear seats downright.

The passenger front seat also folds flat, enabling the vehicle to transport objects up to 2. Production of the 5 seat C4 Spacetourer ended in early due to the introduction of the C5 Aircross.

Depending on country, the available features and equipment vary accordingly, Daytime Running Lamps DRLs above the headlamps are standard in all EU markets. This gives the possibility to wake or alert a sleeping or distracted driver. The C4 Picasso gained a back-up rear view camera, and an optional degree panoramic vision system which consists of four wide angle cameras fitted in the front, the rear door, and the side mirrors to eliminate blind spots and aid parking.

A parking assistance system is also optional on the Picasso, which with the help of mounted ultrasonic sensors can determine a suitable parking space for a semi-automatic parking experience.

The radar is able to detect the distance and speed of vehicles and slow the vehicle or brake if necessary to avoid a collision. The car also received a touch sensitive 7" tablet to control the navigation system, carkit, multimedia system and other infotainment features.

Reviewers overall were impressed with the large five metre squared space inside the vehicle, surrounded by large windows and thin door pillars. The second generation C4 Picasso has six airbags by default, with adjustable pressures; two airbags for the front, two lateral for the passengers, and two side curtain airbags to prevent head injuries. It allows the driver to switch, at any time, between manual and automatic modes. Earlier 1. Two "ultracapacitors" are charged during braking, and the energy stored in them is used to turn the i StARS when engine restart is required.

Modifications to prevent engine wear during the shut off phase and from constant restarts include an improved turbocharger lubrication system as well as reinforcements to the injection pump, crankshaft bearings, and dual-mass flywheel. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 2 August Retrieved 26 September Car manufacturers. Retrieved 12 April Archived from the original on 14 March Retrieved 11 September Archived from the original on May 26, Retrieved Archived from the original on 28 June Retrieved 12 September Archived from the original on 21 September Sensodrive is basically an electronically controlled manual gearbox.

It will come fitted with an electronic clutch actuator, gearbox actuator and a gearbox ECU. New replacement parts from dealers will come with a month warranty. Second hand used parts will be a lot cheaper but come with limited warranty typically days and may require reprogramming.

All of our clutch and gearbox actuator repairs come with a Lifetime warranty. If you have a semi-automatic sensodrive Peugeot or Citroen and are having transmission problems pointing towards a clutch actuator or gearbox actuator fault then give us a call today on Gearbox Actuator gone on peugeot Hi I have got citroen picasso C4 semi Automatic recently its giving me trouble by not Changing the gears and on The screen it says gear box Fault took it to my local mechanic and he said clutch and gear Actuator needs fixing can you please advice what needs to be done.

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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. My settings. Privacy Settings Advertising Privacy Settings This site uses functional cookies and external scripts to improve your experience. Advertising cookie consent adding Enable.Jump to navigation. In other words, models like the new Picasso must stand on their own merit and succeed because of their inherent desirability.

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Indeed, this is a trend that the company has kicked off in high style with its seperate premium DS line-up. Its first weapon is styling that marks it out as an individualistic contender.

It's a good look that continues with the profile, enhanced as it is with a flourish of alloy coloured plastic around the side glass and deeply contoured body sides. The interior is more than spacious enough to worry its rivals, particularly in terms of boot volume, even with the rear seats in place. This is a five-seater, however, those seeking an additional two seats can opt for the Grand Picasso - which includes the three rear seats party piece of sliding and reclining individually.

With the rear squabs folded flat, you get a massive litres of cargo space. The front passenger seat can also be folded flat so you can carry objects up to 2. But while there are clever storage cubbies spread around the interior, including under the rear floor, the Picasso isn't moving on the design of medium-sized MPVs in any significant way.

The new car is also a significant kgs lighter than the car it replaces. The Picasso's new platform means that while it is 40mm shorter overall, it gains a significant 55mm of wheelbase. That's led to an increase in rear seat legroom, and while the car's roofline sits 4cm lower than before, headroom all around is still generous, even with the optional panoramic sunroof in place. So in its role as transport for five people and a good amount of luggage, the Picasso scores well. With its massive front screen and that panoramic sunroof in place, the cabin ambience is light and very airy.

And the stars of the new dashboard are those two digital displays, the larger inch one up top and the 7-inch touchscreen below it. The top display monitors essential car functions such as speed and fuel, and also presents driver-customisable information, while the smaller screen displays the infotainment's functionality.

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The Picasso brings some of the latest safety technology to the table, albeit optional on all but the highest-specification models.

This includes radar-controlled Active Cruise Control that maintains a constant gap to the car in front, headlights with automatic dim and the Blind Spot Monitoring system with an LED warning in the wing mirrors. There is also a Lane Departure Warning system that vibrates the driver's seatbelt if he or she wanders over lane markings.

That last one proves a bit annoying, to be honest. As for the trim levels, there are three to choose from - Touch Edition, Feel and Flair. The entry-level Touch Edition models come with 16in alloy wheels, hill start assist and electrically folding wing mirrors on the outside, while inside there is dual-zone climate control, rear parking sensors and a 7.

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Upgrade to a Feel endowed model and you get sat nav, storage under the driver's seat, fron parking sensors and 17in alloy wheels, while the range-topping Flair trim gains 18in alloys, a half-leather interior, panoramic sunroof, a powered tailgate and, keyless entry and start.

We tried the bhp diesel and found it very effective around town in lower gears, but slightly breathless on motorway inclines - lots of cog swapping, in other words. The standard fit manual gearbox is good to use, though, so that's not the hardship it might have been. Advertisement Likewise, the bhp petrol unit was happiest in the lower gears - and much punchier than its diesel sibling. Motorway response in the higher gears was a bit lethargic, though. We haven't tried the 99bhp diesel yet, but given our experience with the bhp oil-burnerwe'd say that the latter is the engine to go for, at least until the bhp version arrives.

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